Answered on Dec 14th, 2012 at 8:26 AM
If you were my client, I would advise you to do so, and to document it. Best practice would be to put it in writing, keep a copy, and send by certified or priority mail.
According the Social Security website:
"You are responsible for telling us if:
•There is any change in your ability to work;
•You return to work; or
•Your medical condition improves."
Go to the following link and bookmark it on your computer http://www.ssa.gov/pubs/10153.html (What You Need To Know When You Get Social Security Disability Benefits).
PLEASE NOTE the following:
An attorney-client relationship is not being established because of the information provided above;
an in person consultation is always best when you have a legal problem;
DO NOT RELY on information for a legal remedy without having contacted a lawyer;
facts and circumstances of every case have to be applied to the law that is relevant for the state or location in question;
NEVER rest on a right or defense you may have - legal rights are not like wine - they don't improve with age or time
time limits can completely prohibit recovery;
TO SEEK LEGAL ADVICE IMMEDIATELY go to http://goo.gl/cf1UM to find someone in your state.
Be sure to visit my website for answers to other Social Security Disability questions. http://haller-law.com/faq
No attorney-client relationship has been established because of the information provided. Seek local counsel to address your particular facts. MJHJ